Dolly Wells
British actor
Dolly Wells
Dolly Wells is a British comedy actress, best known for playing several characters in the Channel 4 series Star Stories alongside Kevin Bishop and for being the Head of the Marmite Love Party Fay Freely, the Marmite commercials during 2006. Her father was comic actor John Wells. She has also appeared in The IT Crowd, Peep Show and more recently as a co-star of Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy.
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Government ‘still failing to protect women against violent men’
Guardian (UK) - about 1 year
End Violence Against Women coalition says male abuse of women and girls is still going unchecked as services struggle Women and girls are still not being protected from violent men because of “critical frontline failings”, according to an evaluation of the past 10 years of government action on the issue. A coalition of campaigning groups claims that, despite a focus on reducing domestic violence and increased awareness of child sexual abuse, male violence “still goes unchecked”. The report covers the period since a 2005 review into blunders surrounding the case of Ian Huntley, who went on to murder schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. The End Violence Against Women (EVAW) coalition finds that services for abuse victims are struggling to remain open, and it also criticises the government’s refusal to make sex and relationship education compulsory in schools. Continue reading...
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Saturday Highlights-Weekend Talk: 'Unauthorized Melrose Place Story'
LATimes - over 1 year
Customized TV Listings are available here: Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 11- 17, 2015 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   SERIES Blunt Talk Celia (Dolly Wells) commits a blunder that thrusts Walter (Patrick Stewart) back into the public eye,...
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Nicki Richesin: Interview with Emily Mortimer
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Emily Mortimer is a terrific English actress who has shown her incredible emotional vulnerability in such films as Hugo, Lovely and Amazing, Shutter Island, and Lars and the Real Girl. Last year, she reinvented herself as gutsy executive producer MacKenzie McHale in Aaron Sorkin's The Newsroom on HBO. In perhaps her most stunning performance yet, Mortimer portrays Leonie Gilmour, the editor and mother of Isamu Noguchi, who travels the world in search of art and freedom. In the gorgeous new film Leonie, she bravely tells the story of this remarkable woman who nurtured her son's talent, as well as her own. Leonie opens in New York on March 22 at Clearview 1st and 62nd Cinemas. Nicki Richesin: I greatly enjoyed your brilliant portrayal of Leonie Gilmour in Leonie. In a sort of pivotal moment in the film you tell your son, "Your art will be your weapon. Your art will be your voice. There are no boundaries for an artist. No borders. Through art you can speak all languages an ...
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Father of murdered schoolgirl says thanks for marathon support
Cambridge News - almost 5 years
The father of murdered schoolgirl Holly Wells has thanked supporters for giving him the strength to complete the race.
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ITV1 doc to tell story of Soham victim’s family
Broadcast - almost 5 years
ITV1 is to mark the 10th anniversary of the Soham murders with a documentary featuring exclusive access to the family of one of the victims, Holly Wells.
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Faseler's Folly?
Seguin Gazette - almost 5 years
Well, here we go again. It hasn’t been too long since we had to deal with “Hamlett’s Folly.” [former Seguin City Manager Jack Hamlett]
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FILM REVIEW; Following the Dream Without Waking
NYTimes - about 14 years
Lynne Ramsay's blithely powerful ''Morvern Callar'' provides a new perspective on the holidays. The title character (Samantha Morton) sits on the blood-covered kitchen floor, Christmas lights twinkling from the tree behind her. The blood belongs to her boyfriend, a computer nerd and closet author who has chosen Christmas to end his life. His
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Two Who Stayed in Buckingham Palace
NYTimes - about 15 years
A couple of things seem unexpectedly familiar in tonight's ''Masterpiece Theater'' presentation. A new national leader begins the public speaking part of his job and everyone quickly realizes he's far from articulate. And a national leader is practically canonized by his people because of his home-front courage and support when his country is under
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Blueprint for Imagining Sherlock
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Nothing explains Sherlock Holmes's ongoing appeal better than his own analysis of his detective work. ''It saved me from ennui,'' Holmes once said to his sidekick, Dr. Watson. ''Alas! I already feel it closing upon me. My life is spent in one long effort to escape from the commonplaces of existence. These little problems help me to do so.'' When
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